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Latest Issue of Woodrow Wilson School Magazine Now Available Online

Dec 19, 2006
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The Fall/Winter 2006 edition of the Woodrow Wilson School magazine WWS News is now available online. Produced by the School's Office of External Affairs, the latest edition of this quarterly publication highlights faculty, student, and program and center policy initiatives and research ongoing at WWS.

The magazine features articles on recent high-level public affairs events at the School, such as major policy addresses by outgoing U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Prime Minister of Pakistan Shaukat Aziz; coverage of the inaugural WWS Thoman New York Lecture Series event, which addressed the future role of the United Nations in the Middle East; and the rollout of the Princeton Project on National Security's final report, "Forging a World of Liberty Under Law: National Security in the 21st Century," authored by Project co-directors G. John Ikenberry and Anne-Marie Slaughter.

The fall/winter edition also includes alumni spotlights focusing on U.S. Senator Paul Sarbanes '54, who has been chosen to receive the Woodrow Wilson Award, and Julius Coles MPA '66, president of Africare who will be awarded the James Madison medal; David McCormick MPA '94, PhD '96, who was appointmed as a national security advisor to President Bush; Stuart Rabner'82, nominated by New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine to serve as the State's attorney general; and the election victories by Eliot Spitzer '81, John Sarbanes '84 and Jeffrey Merkley MPA '82.

In addition, the issue features news of School research centers including updates on the Policy Research Institute for the Region; the Center for Globalization and Governance; the Center for Research on Child Wellbeing; the Program in Law and Public Affairs; the Princeton Aids Initiative; and the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program.